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Direct Tools Factory Outlet has Ryobi ONE+ 18 Volt Hybrid 18" Air Cannon Drum Fan (Factory Blemished, P3340) for $83.99. Shipping is $7. Thanks tomwil
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RYOBI P3340 ONE+ 18 Volt Hybrid 18 Inch Air Cannon Drum Fan [directtoolsoutlet.com] is $84 today at Direct Factory Outlet stores, or can be shipped for $7. Factory blemished.

Lowest price I've seen online for this model. Works with batteries or AC.

Features:
  • Hybrid: Runs off RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Battery (not included) or electric power with an extension cord
  • Integrated handle for maximum portability
  • 220° head rotation to direct air flow in multiple directions
  • Up to 2,400 CFM
  • Quiet Air Movement Technology
  • Includes a screw mounting hole for optimum convenience and versatility
  • Helps provide comfortable temperatures during power outages
  • Includes: (1) P3340 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid 18 in. Air Cannon, (1) AC Cord, and operator's manual
  • Battery and charger sold separately

Home Depot [homedepot.com] sells this P3340 model for $149.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...an/p/P3340
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I get roughly 25 minutes per amp-hour on the high speed setting.

3Ah battery = 1 hour 15 minutes
6Ah battery = 2 hours 30 minutes
9Ah battery = 3 hours 45 minutes

The low or medium speed settings give significantly more run times.
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Factory blemished means new. It comes with the standard 3 year warranty.
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Tempting. No mention of warranty, though...
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Tempting. No mention of warranty, though...
Factory blemished means new. It comes with the standard 3 year warranty.
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Tempting. No mention of warranty, though...
There's a link to the warranty page at the bottom of the item page: https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/warrantypolicy
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Factory blemished means new. It comes with the standard 3 year warranty.
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There's a link to the warranty page at the bottom of the item page: https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/warrantypolicy
Ah, I see now. Direct Tools used to list it in one of the tabs on each individual product page.
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I ended up ordering one. I had my eye on it before, but couldn't justify the price. Still $149 at Home Depot, so this is almost 50% off.
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I already own the other smaller Ryobi fan. Is this a significant upgrade?

Nevermind...lol. I decided to push the button on it. Thanks op! Repped!
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I already own the other smaller Ryobi fan. Is this a significant upgrade?

Nevermind...lol. I decided to push the button on it. Thanks op! Repped!
Me too, don't know, bought it anyways! With each passing year I am bothered more and more by heat and humidity so I jumped on this as I love the little fan.
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I already own the other smaller Ryobi fan. Is this a significant upgrade?
The larger Ryobi P3340 is a much better upgrade to the smaller P3320. 18 inch blades vs 7 inch, 2400 CFM vs 300 CFM, 3 speeds vs 2 speeds.

The smaller P3320 can be considered a personal fan, whereas the larger P3340 is a room air circulator.
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Me too, don't know, bought it anyways! With each passing year I am bothered more and more by heat and humidity so I jumped on this as I love the little fan.
I use mine at music festivals when camping. The Georgia heat is brutal and the little fan gets hogged by my wife....haha. Hopefully this can keep us both cool during the day Smilie

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The larger Ryobi P3340 is a much better upgrade to the smaller P3320. 18 inch blades vs 7 inch, 2400 CFM vs 300 CFM, 3 speeds vs 2 speeds.

The smaller P3320 can be considered a personal fan, whereas the larger P3340 is a room air circulator.
Great info!! Thanks!!
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If having the battery option means that much to you and you already have the charger spend twice as much a regular industrial.
This
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Comme.../303061462
seems "fairly" comparable for $100.
But it has only 66% of the rated output of the ryobi and is corded only.

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I already own the other smaller Ryobi fan. Is this a significant upgrade?

Nevermind...lol. I decided to push the button on it. Thanks op! Repped!
I'm comparing this to my Milwaukee M18 fan (because that's what i'm using now and I have an adapter to go from Milwaukee to Ryobi). The M18 has 284CFM and requires an adapter to use line voltage. The air cannon moves over 8 times more air per minute.
The small ryobi will be comparable to the milwaukee in performance.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcYNsiX5b48
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I have this and an arctic cove misting fan (uses same ryobi batteries). They are great! I take them both camping, then hook up the larger fan to a generator.
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